A state is running across nine disjointed, antiquated, and disparate ERP applications for HCM and finance across 70+ agencies. See how Premier is overcoming these data challenges.
A division of a multi-billion dollar global aerospace and defense company needed to consolidate their 14 different business data sources onto a single integrated platform.
After a 100 years of international growth, a privately held materials company was ready to take the next step forward by modernizing their business.
The City of New Orleans completed a complex transformation into Infor CloudSuite. On this initiative Premier tackled the migration from their legacy IBM mainframe, Great Plains, BuySpeed, and other data sources.
A $4.4B organization embarked on a complex system modernization initiative to move from 11 disparate ERP systems into Oracle ERP Cloud, Oracle PLM Cloud, Oracle CPQ Cloud, Oracle HCM Cloud, and Microsoft Dynamics.
A case study that explores the value that Premier International brought to an inflight implementation for a Fortune 500 steel company.
Bridging the gap between mainframes and the Cloud requires a complex and comprehensive data conversion effort. Premier's comprehensive solution addresses these additional complexities.
Project overview, challenges, and solutions of our data mirgration services on an Oracle Cloud ERP implementation for a $4.4B data center equipment and services provider.
Perform the data analysis and migration of all HCM data (HR and Payroll) from a legacy Ceridian system & financial data from a legacy Oracle EBS R12 system into Workday for a $2.2B airport/transportation management firm.
While the design and manufacturing principles of a 100 year old furniture company withstood the test of time, its custom legacy mainframe ERP systems did not.
Premier International is proud to announce the successful Workday HCM Go-Live for a $2.2B transportation management firm.
This case study represents the migration of the financial general ledger data to PeopleSoft for a $2.8B higher education organization’s South American universities.
After years of acquiring various brands and companies, a $11.3B global leader in the beauty industry was left supporting and maintaining dozens of different HR/payroll systems.
A $14B Surgical Equipment Company (Client) was in the midst of consolidating a recent acquisition into their existing JD Edwards Enterprise One (E1) application.
After years of acquiring companies, a $22.5B Diversified Manufacturing Conglomerate was left supporting and maintaining each of the different legacy manufacturing and ERP systems.